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Welcome, welcome! I enjoy life and this blog is about things that catch my fancy. Some are shiny, some are clever.
I'm a good listener and enjoy talking with everyone. All you have to do is believe in yourself, then believe in me.
I'll answer any question about myself, if you have the courage to ask.

Jimmy Fallon on his Men’s Health cover issue

"if you are struggling in your art, it may mean your creativity does not trust you. how many times has it begged you to be free (out of love), and how many times have you told it no (out of fear.) nothing will flow until you heal this relationship."
— nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

thechronicleofshe:

nightmarish-argonian:

pbsnature:

We love otters. 

I WANT IT

I love all animals because they could just claw our faces off but they choose not to because they’re nice. 

liamdryden:

this-extra-life:

somethingclassysomethingvulgar:

i-learned-it-from-the-pizzaman:

For me, this is the most terrifying scene on DW.

Look into Wilfred’s eyes. Pain, fear, shame and despair.

Humans are the scariest things in the universe.

this breaks my heart every single goddamn time. 

This episode was hands down the most terrifying in the whole series. Fuck the Weeping Angels, they’ve got nothing on humans.

God and the way his expression instantly hardens when he addresses Wilfred

because he can smile and make it seem not so bad for Donna’s sake, but there’s no bullshitting Wilfred because they both know what’s really coming and there’s no dancing around it. So all there’s left to say is the salute.

I haven’t watched this episode in so long and this guy gets about three minutes of screentime but suddenly I’m SO invested in his character goddammit

mothernaturenetwork:

U.S. endangered species list finally saves a fishThe Oregon chub, a rare American minnow, would be the first U.S. fish to lose its federal endangered-species status because it’s no longer at risk of extinction.

mothernaturenetwork:

U.S. endangered species list finally saves a fish
The Oregon chub, a rare American minnow, would be the first U.S. fish to lose its federal endangered-species status because it’s no longer at risk of extinction.

highenoughtoseethesea:

Michel Bourez making shiteating look beautiful at Pipe
ph Zak Noyle

highenoughtoseethesea:

Michel Bourez making shiteating look beautiful at Pipe

ph Zak Noyle